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Earlier this week, Google took the highly unusual move of responding to numerous leaks regarding its upcoming Pixel 4 flagship by posting an actual image of the smartphone. Google's actions left many enthusiasts with mouth agape, as most companies are reticent to acknowledge leaks pertaining to a major product release. @PhoneDesigner's interpretation of the Pixel 4 Now that that cat is at least partially out of the bag, we now have a better idea of what the Pixel 4 will look like in its final form. The official Google pictures coupled with previously leaked information have prompted @PhoneDesigner to create some new renders of the device.  The back of the device, as confirmed... Read more...
It appears that that latest Pixel 4 leaks may have hit a little too close to home for Google. Just how close? Well, Google has responded by posting an official image of the Pixel 4, and it is an almost exact match for leaked images that we posted on Monday. Those images didn't show much with respect to the front of the device, but out back we could make out a square camera pod and the absence of a rear fingerprint reader. The official photo from Google only shows the Pixel 4 from the back, but it confirms the square camera pod along with the fact that the fingerprint reader is now likely incorporated within the actual display. Looking closer at the camera pod, we can actually see two... Read more...
It's been nearly a month since we last came across a credible Google Pixel 4 rumor, and now another report is throwing everything we thought we knew about the phones into disarray. OnLeaks, which usually has a pretty good track record with regards to smartphone leaks, has posted new renders of the Pixel 4, and they are unlike anything that we've seen in the past. The gadget leaker partnered with Pricebaba for the renders, which are allegedly based on "early prototyping schematics". Unlike the last renders we saw of the alleged Pixel 4, this latest iteration actually still has physical buttons for power and volume controls. We can't see much up front other than an... Read more...
Google surprised no one when it officially launched its Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL mid-range smartphones last week. Both phones are much cheaper than their Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL counterparts, and are priced at $399 and $479 respectively. However, the most anticipated smartphones from Google this year will no doubt be the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. These new flagships will likely come packing Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 855 SoC and will be going up against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S10 family and the new OnePlus 7 Pro.  Previous rumors have suggested that both smartphones will include a punch hole display, which is most prominently featured on the Galaxy... Read more...
We’ve heard a lot of rumors surrounding the upcoming Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, and today a new leak is giving us some more insight into how the smartphones may actually look. Our first taste of the new design came back in mid-January, when drawings of a supposed Google Pixel 4 with a notch-free display and dual speakers showed up online. The latest “leak” comes courtesy of new drawings sourced from SlashLeaks. While the overall design of the drawings match the January leak, there are three key differences. For starters, there are two cameras on the back, which bucks the trend of the previous three generations of Pixel smartphones. It’s possible,... Read more...
Google's current Android smartphones are the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Rumors are swirling that Google is getting ready to unveil new flagship devices in the coming months. The new phones, logically, are expected to be named Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. And there of course has been a swirl of rumors hinting at some of the features that these smartphones will offer. Google Pixel 3 One of the features that folks who travel internationally frequently, or have a line for personal and a line for business, will appreciate is support for dual SIM cards. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL do offer a sort of dual SIM functionality with a single physical SIM and an eSIM, but the catch is that both SIMs can't be... Read more...
We're still roughly six months away from the launch of the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, but that isn't stopping the leaks from making their way to the internet. This latest news surrounding the Pixel 4 family is with respect to its cellular capabilities, which should be a boon for international travelers. The current Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL technically support dual SIM functionality; however, both SIMs (one physical SIM, one eSIM) cannot be used simultaneously. That means that it is mainly used as a convenience feature, saving you from having to pull out the SIM card tray to swap cards when you need to hop onto a different network.  With the Pixel 4 family, Google will reportedly support... Read more...
Is it too early to start looking ahead to the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL? Considering that Google only launched its Pixel 3 series a few months ago, it does seem a bit premature to look ahead to the next generation already, but so it goes in the smartphone world. As such, a new benchmark entry at Geekbench is raising some eyebrows, and could potentially be an early look at Google's next-gen Pixel phone. Geekbench lists the phone as "Google Coral," which is obviously a codename (or a spoof—it's not that difficult to fake a listing on Geekbench). Assuming the specs are accurate, the mystery device wields a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor clocked at 1.78GHz and 6GB of RAM. On the software side,... Read more...
Google launched its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones last Fall, and they were highly praised for their overall performance and stellar camera. However, the Pixel 3 XL in particular caught a lot of flak for its rather large and deep display notch which houses the speaker and dual selfie cameras. In new patent filings that were uncovered this week, it looks as though onlookers won't have a notch mock on the forthcoming Pixel 4. Drawings found within the filing by 91mobiles hows a smartphone design that unmistakably fits in with the Pixel design aesthetic. On the front, we can see dual speakers -- one at top, and one at the bottom -- with no notch in sight.  There is also no... Read more...